1.Dad，when is your birthday?
My birthday is on May 1st.
2.Mom, when is your birthday?
My birthday is on July 2nd.
1、When are your parents' birthdays?
2、When is your parent's birthday?
1、May I know the birthdays of your parents?
2、May I know the birthday of your parent?
My mother's birthday is December 29th. My mother's birthday is coming. It is next Friday. I'd like to give her a surprise. First I will help her clean our rooms and wash the dishes. I will make her a beautiful birthday card with my best wishes and I will buy her some beautiful flowers because she loves flowers very much. I am sure I will give her an unforgettable birthday presents.
Can I help you carry all of those boxes down to your car, Joan?
That would be great. Some of them are so heavy.
Where did you get so many gifts from?
These are from my friends and family.
You are very lucky to have received so many cool presents.
It is my birthday today, Jeff.
Oh! I forgot. Wait right here and I will run to the store to get you something.
Jeff, the best present that you can give me right now is to help me move all of these boxes to the car!
Sure. I can do that easily.
And then you can go and buy me something nice to celebrate my birthday.
My birthday is on July tenth,my father's birthday is on May first,my mother's birthday is on August tenth.翻译：我的生日在七月十日，我爸爸的生日在五月一日，我妈妈的生日在八月十日。
8. “你父母的生日分别是什么时候 ”用英文怎么说
When are your father's and mother's birthdays?
9. 用英语写作文， 按要求 你给你父母亲过生日吗假设这个周末是你父亲或母亲的生日，计划一下你会怎么布
Mr. Clark, I'm afraid I have bad news," the doctor told his
patient. "You only have six months to live."
The man sat in stunned silence for the next several minutes.
"I can't possibly pay you in that time."
"Okay," the doctor said, "let's make it nine months."
The country Maid and Her Milk Can
A country maid was walking along with a can of milk upon her head, when she fell into the following train of reflections.” The money for which I shall sell this milk will enable me to increase my stock of eggs to three hundred, These eggs, allowing for what may prove addle, and what may be destroyed by vermin, will proce at least two hundred and fifty chickens. The chickens will be fit to carry to market just at the time when poultry is always dear; so that by the new year I cannot fail of having money enough to purchase a new gown. Green-let me consider-yes, green becomes my complexion best. and green it shall be, In this dress I will go to the fair,where all young fellows will strive to have me for a parter;but no-I shall refuse every one of them,and with a disdainful toss turn from them." Transported with this idea, she could not forbear acting with her head the thought that passed in her mind, when down came the can of milk! And all her imaginary happiness vanished in a moment.
1. The Dog In The Manger（牛槽里的狗）
Once a dog was taking a nap in the manger of an ox. It was full of hay. But soon the ox came back from his work to the manger. He wanted to eat his own hay. Then the dog awoke, stood up and barked at the ox. The ox said to the dog, “Do you want to eat this hay, too?”
“Of course not,” said the dog.
“Then, go away and let me eat my own hay.”
“Oh, no. You go away and let me sleep.”
“What a selfish dog! He will neither eat the hay himself, nor let me eat it !” said the ox to himself.
2.The Lion, The Bear And The Fox（狮子、熊与狐狸）
Long ago a lion and a bear saw a kid. They sprang upon it at the same time. The lion said to the bear, “I caught this kid first, and so this is mine.”
"No, no," said the bear.“I found it earlier than you, so this is mine.” And they fought long and fiercely. At last both of them got very tired and could no longer fight.
A fox who hid himself behind a tree not far away and was watching the fight between the lion and the bear, came out and walked in between them, and ran off with the kid.
The lion and the bear both saw the fox, but they could not even catch the fox.
The lion said to the bear, “We have fought for nothing. That sly fox has got the kid away.”
3.The Boys And The Frogs（男孩与青蛙）
One spring day some naughty boys were playing near a pond. They began to throw stones into the water. In the pond lived many frogs were much afraid of the boys, for the stones hurt some of the frogs. At last an old frog lifted his head out of the water and said, “Boys, please don’t throw stones at us.”
The boys said, “We are only playing.” “I know that, but please stop throwing stones, my boys. What is play to you is death to us,” said the old frog.
So the boys stopped throwing stones and went away.
4.The Two Travelers（两个旅人）
Many years ago two men were traveling together They were walking along a road in the wood.
Then they found a beautiful ax on the ground. One of them picked it up and said, “Look here have found an ax.”
“Don't say I, but we have found the ax,” said the other “We are friends. We ought to share it between us.”
“No,” said the first one, “I found the ax, so it is mine.”
Soon after they heard someone running after them. They looked back. They found He called out, “Stop, thieves! Stop, thieves !”
The first traveler said, “What shall we do? He is running after us. We shall be caught by him.” “Don't say we, but I shall be caught. You found the ax, and you say it is yours,” said the other, and left him alone.
The first traveler tried to hide the ax, but he did not know where to hide it. And at last he was caught by the owner of the ax.
5.The Ant And The Dove（蚂蚁与鸽子）
One day a little ant was walking along the bank of a stream. His foot slipped and he fell into the water. “Oh, help, help!” cried the ant. A dove was sitting on a branch of a tree over the stream and heard his cry of help. “Oh, poor ant!” said the dove. “I will help the ant.”
The dove pulled off a leaf and dropped it near the ant. “Here is a leaf. Climb on it,” said the dove. The ant climbed on it at once and floated to the bank.
A few days after this a hunter found the dove and was going to shoot her. Just then the ant passed by and said to himself, “This time I must help the dove.” The ant ran to the hunter and bit his foot hard. The hunter sprang up and missed to shoot the dove. The dove said to the ant, “Thank you very much, my little friend. You have saved my life,” and she could fly away happily.
6. The Cock And The Jewel（公鸡与宝石）
One fine morning, a cock said to the hens and chickens, “Come, let us go out to find some food. We have not had our breakfast yet.”
Then the cock began to dig the soft earth. Suddenly he cried, “Look, look! I have found something strange. I wonder what it is. It is like a ball. But it is not a stone. It may be an egg of some bird.”
The hens heard his cry and came around him. One of them said, “Dear me! This is not an egg, but a jewel. Someone has lost it.” A chicken asked, “Can we eat it?” “No,” said the hen, “It is very precious to human beings, but it is of no use to us; we cannot eat it. Throw it away and try to find some worms. I want to have one worm than all the jewels in the world.”